Eagles started their Tennessee trip strong with a 4-3 win against traditional Tennessee power Collierville, showcasing a solid pitching performance and timely hits.

By the Numbers
  • Collierville ranked seventh in Tennessee's all-class poll.
  • Zionsville pitchers held Collierville to 3 runs while securing 4 runs themselves.
  • Mateo Wells started, allowing 2 runs and striking out 8, while Nash Wagner got the win with 3 innings pitched and 3 strikeouts.
Yes, But

Despite the successful outing, Zionsville struggled early with only one hit through four innings before rallying in the fifth.

State of Play
  • Zionsville will continue their trip with upcoming games against Siegel (Tenn.), Wauconda (Ill.), and Station Camp (Tenn.).
  • The team showed resilience and determination in their win against tough competition, setting a positive tone for the rest of their trip.
What's Next

Zionsville will face more out-of-state competition, presenting further opportunities to test their skills and continue their winning momentum.

Bottom Line

Zionsville's victory against Collierville highlights their ability to compete with strong opponents and sets a promising start for their Tennessee trip, showcasing both pitching prowess and clutch hitting when it mattered most.